A new startup is recruiting gig workers to help landlords evict people from their homes, calling it the fastest-growing moneymaking gig because of C
Millions of Americans have fallen behind on rent amid economic turmoil caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, and many could face evictions.

One startup is treating the dire situation as a moneymaking opportunity for gig workers.
  • A new startup is recruiting gig workers to help landlords evict people who can`t afford to pay rent during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Civvl, which Motherboard described as "Uber, but for evicting people," has posted job listings across the US that encourage gig workers to join the app and work as eviction crew members.

  • Civvl notes that landlords are looking to hire workers to evict tenants who can`t afford to pay rent, advertising the gig as the "FASTEST GROWING MONEY MAKING GIG DUE TO COVID-19."

  • The CDC is imposing a moratorium on all evictions across the US, but Civvl`s terms appear to pass on responsibility to landlords to ensure that evictions carried out through the startup are legal.

RSK: Really? At first they were only to clean out the dwelling but now seems they may have gone to far on this one.

Ken Notes: We should have called a time out at the beginning of the pandemic. Allowed businesses and individuals to use interest free loans to stay afloat, the looked at who needs the "forgiveness" help to survive at the end of the day.

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